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can it go from here is most lickly up. it is going to reach te samsungs and an droids and apples of the united states? no. they are in double digit territory. you know, this is somethingthat i think enterprise users look at saying, listen, we worked with blackberry 7 for a long time, and, you know what? it's time to move on to something different and more updated -- something to be, you know, reflective of what we want in 2011, not something we used since 2009 and 2010. shibani: all the phones i have, the iphone, my z10, and my regular blackberry. i think they made a critical mistake in not getting the phone with the keyboard app. i have a 3-year-old keyboard phone and will not give it up. this was a critical, i think, misstep, that the company did not take, and to win over very important customers, but they got time for that. ramone, thank you very much for joining us today, and, of course, we want to know what you think because that's what mattermost. here's the question tonight. which smart phone do you prefer? do you like the blackberry? , iphone, or android phone? log on to
is blackberry's device looking to compete with samsung and also with apple. its completely touch screen and lost that keyboard that so many users like. according to com score blackberry has 8% of the smartphone market compared with 50% with android and 34% with apple. blackberry used to have 39% of the share. we do have one of the phones here. looking at it earlier. obviously it's sleek. it's got that 4.2-inch screen, the touch screen that we talked about. it's got an 8 megapixel camera. doesn't have a lot of buttons on it, nothing like the iphone with the home screen and, of course, can you see that it's got the icons for the ap pz as well. 100 apps available at the digital store where there's 700 in the case of the iphone. simon, over to you. >> do you like it, jackie? >> reporter: you know, i liked it, but i think it's going to take a little getting used to. i do have an ipad, used the iphone of friends of mine. intuitively different, tried to make it different on purpose so i think it will take a while to get used to. >> the view on blackberry sales. let's check the bond market at the cme, m
above the 50 day and a move toward 500 low rick. >> i think it's three things, the first was samsung was going to launch its phone and it turned out to be not a threat. blackberry is launching and the jury is out. the third thing is that it's the should have, would of, could have, it's all the people sitting there saying, damn it, i should have bought it at 430 and now are chasing it higher. >> what about the fact you're going into a weekend, people are speculating about the dividend. >> right. which was done this time last year. >> exactly. when we were down in orlando covering an event and doing our show from there, the dividend was announced on a monday morning at the same time of year. so people are clearly at least some people trying to get ahead of what they perceive to be a moment that's going to happen sooner rather than later, right, weiss? >> greed, greed. >> isn't that part of it? >> and the stock traded up into the dividend announcement but it was only up 3% afterwards. >> but the stock did not move in the weeks that followed aggressively but it did move over the course o
was the samsung 4. so doesn't seem that at&t is fully behind it. verizon has left the launch. i think the launch has been soft. great in europe. i'm worried -- i still think the end game for blackberry is get acquired. the technology is actually very good and best securities software in smart phones. >> at the end of the day how much of this downgrade has to do with the actual phone itself or the fact that the stock has had a ridiculous run. >> it's had a ridiculous run. goldman has not been along for the ride. i would be surprised. morgan stanley upgraded last week. that's the one that's going to be interesting. we see so many come up and upgrade. expectations is up high. you're right. >> back here down in orlando. todd wagner is going to join us when we come back. >>> welcome back. we want to get right back to shade quarters with steve liesman. >> scott, thanks very much. here at fed president saying the federal falls short of objectives and the fed must continue to keep policy very accommodative. the greater risk he says in cost is that tightening policy, prematurely. the fed could remain on
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